Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

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The Chora was just as lethargic as the port, a few inquisitive visitors wandering aimlessly around the picturesque narrow cobbled streets and in between the whitewashed houses with paintwork cracked and splintered by the sun.  In the tight, sinuous streets paving stones have been edged in white and decorated with flowers, hearts, sailboats and slogans: “My Kimolos, my paradise”.  Lovely.

At the top the tall cathedral seemed somehow too big and out of scale with the tiny streets and boxy houses.  The streets were ramshackle and without order or planning as they wound their way to the centre and the sixteenth century Kastro, much of which was dilapidated and in ruins with heaps of rubble from collapsed and abandoned houses.

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12 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

  1. What a shame junk is abandoned. No-one clears it? 😦


  2. Great picts


  3. Nice images, Andrew


  4. Those photos are great for this challenge! Your story drew me in as well. Thank you.


  5. These are great images Andrew and good for you to be looking for the less than pristine. I’m hopeful the chair was the not the result of a disastrous seating in a restaurant. 🙂


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